Heidelberger Jahrbucher X by Universitats-Gesellschaft
  

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Heidelberger Jahrbucher X by Universitats-Gesellschaft

1) Die Selbstbiographie des Heidelberger Theologen und Hofpredigers Abraham Scultetus (1566-1624) neu hg. und erHiutert von G. A. BENRATH. Veroffentlichungen des Vereins fur Kirchengeschichte in der evangelischen Landeskirche in Baden 25 (1966), S. 31. - Die lateinische Originalausgabe hat: Quid nos igitur? Aureum seculum nobis imaginabamur. Stultissime ... 2) Neueste knappe Darstellung: LUDWIG PETRY, Pfalzgraf Johann Casimir (1543-1592) in: Pfalzer Lebensbilder, hg. von KURT BAUMANN, Band 1, Speyer 1964, S. 43-66 (Lit.). - Dber die Stadt Heidelberg vgl. HERBERT DERWEIN, Art. Heidelberg in: Badisches Stadtebuch (= Deutsches Stadtebuch IV, 2) Stuttgart 1959, S. 71-82. 1m Jahre 1588 hatte Heidelberg etwa 6300-6400 Einwohner (5. 74). 3) Burkhard Gotthelf Struvens Pfaitzische Kirchen-Historie, Frankfurt 1721, S. 490 f.; LUDWIG HAUSSER, Geschichte der rheinischen Pfalz II (1845), S. 184-196; KARL WOLF, Ein Gutachten Dr. Caspar Peucers uber die politische Lage der reformierten Gebiete Deutschlands im Jahre 1594. Archiv fUr Reformationsgeschichte, Texte und Untersuchungen 31 (1934), S. 2'64-281; Ders., Die Sicherung des reformierten Bekenntnisses in der Kurpfalz nach dem Tode Johann Casimirs. Zeitschrift fur die Geschichte des Oberrheins 87 (1935), 384-425. 4) JOH. B. GOTZ, Die religiosen Wirren in der Oberpfalz von 1576-1620. Reformations geschichtliche Studien und Texte Band 66, Munster 1937, S. 176-229. 5) [1] Caluinismus Heidelbergensis. Dialogus. Nemesius et Agatho. Anno MDXCIII.

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Paperback
224 pages

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Universitats-Gesellschaft
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Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K an imprint of Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG

Publication date

1st January 1966

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9783540035558


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